Some celebs switch up their style in major ways from one season to the next. We appreciate that adventurous spirit, of course, but often, one of the signs of a curated wardrobe is consistency. And when your outfits are as routinely chic as Kate Bosworth's, well, it garners some attention. Okay, a lot of attention.
Bosworth never strays too far from her sleek aesthetic. She favors unique silhouettes over elaborate embellishments, and she usually keeps her accessories a bit more pared back to let her statement pieces shine. The results are balanced and modern, and they never make it feel like she's trying too hard. Perhaps that's why we find ourselves wondering how to re-create these ensembles for ourselves time and again.
Ahead we've broken down some of the tips culled from her most impressive recent looks.
On Kate Bosworth: Kate Spade Flora Tulip Sleeve Dress ($348) and bag
Style Notes: We're all waiting for real spring weather to show up—but that doesn't mean you have to stash your favorite floral pieces until then. Try a sweet prairie dress with black tights and booties. It's a contrast that works, and it'll tide you over until long-awaited 70 degree temps arrive.
On Kate Bosworth: Mansur Gavriel coat; Victoria Beckham dress; Jennifer Fisher jewelry; Gabriela Hearst bag
Style Notes: There’s nothing like a red dress to turn heads at an event. For any upcoming soirées (holiday or otherwise), try an ensemble in the striking color for an elegant effect.
Style Notes: Planes and trains can be unpredictable temperature-wise. Thus it's important to always be prepared with layers. Kate's look is a perfect example of a cozy-chill look—a lightweight knit on top with a fuzzy coat at the ready to stay warm in-flight.
On Kate Bosworth: Oscar de la Renta blazer and pants; Prada shoes; Edie Parker clutch; Anita Ko jewelry
Style Notes: Instead of classic neutral trousers, add interest to your look with a vivid pop of color. Here, yellow perfectly complements a muted rose blazer and metallic accessories.
Style Notes: Packing on the leather doesn't have to feel overtly "biker." Try a classic jacket paired with a miniskirt, then add on a graphic sweater for a quirky touch. Pointed-toe ankle boots further cement the look's laid-back vibe.
On Kate Bosworth: Coach 1941 suit and top
Style Notes: Mint green was all over the S/S 18 runways, and Bosworth just proved that it's the perfect color to pair with Millennial Pink.
On Kate Bosworth: Miu Miu dress and shoes
Style Notes: While she has an uncanny ability to make neutrals stand out, Kate isn't afraid to try bold, trend-driven colors. At the Venice Film Festival, she chose a Miu Miu dress in a sunny yellow hue—one that happens to be having a major moment in the spotlight.
On Kate Bosworth: Miu Miu bag and shoes
Style Notes: Kate Bosworth just mastered tourist style with her perfect outfit in Venice, Italy. She opted for a feminine midi dress with a pretty pastel floral print, which she grounded with a black bag and shoes, both by Miu Miu. Could she look any chicer? We're taking notes for our next vacation.
Style Notes: Not every pulled-together outfit needs to be accented with a pair of heels. These jeweled slides make for a cool alternative, especially against this classic, all-neutral ensemble.
On Kate Bosworth: Calvin Klein T-shirt.
Style Notes: Will jeans and a tee—especially a Calvin Klein one—ever be a bad idea? No. The answer is always no.
Style Notes: A cap-sleeve dress and a basket bag are certainly sweet, but the pointed black flats ground this look more than, say, coordinating pink heels.
Style Notes: Sparkly jewelry is never a bad choice for evening wear, but a bold geometric style does feel a bit more modern and unexpected.